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This is the only authentic operating railroad in all of Hawaii. It used to connect the cane fields to Honolulu and the Pearl Harbor area. This seven mile segment is all that is operating, but the tracks exist in places all the way to the...More
This open car railway was a fun and informative 90 minute round-trip. And as a bonus, there is a great little model train museum.
This train only runs on Saturday ( 1 trip) and Sunday (2 trips) and doesn't take reservations.
This was our first time riding this train. It was for a couple of reasons. One, My daughter and niece are in love with Trains. Two, it was for a good donation...Autism awareness! Third, it was something for the grandparents, children, hubby & I to...More
Taking care of two cravings on a weekend ride. If you like trains and ice cream this is the place to go. First up is a leisurely ride to the west coast of Ouahu on the historical sugar cane trains. It follows the old narrow...More
This is a sort of not fully realized little rail trip that we're glad we took, but I'm not sure how much I got from it, though significant other enjoyed it more. It goes from an old railyard in Ewa all the way to the...More
We went on the Sunday afternoon "ice cream run". We bought our tickets about an hour and fifteen minutes ahead of time and actually stood in line to do so. Many people come early to buy their tickets and then go have lunch etc and...More
If you're hoping to find a railway museum, you won't find it here. This is primarily a two hour train ride along a historic right of way with excellent narration. The model railroad exhibit in a building behind the office is spectacular, however. As others...More
We had a great time riding the Hawaiian Railway from Ewa to Kahe (Electric Beach). The staff that narrate as you travel along really provide a historical perspective of how the railway came to exist, the people involved, history of the area including the various...More
Let me start by saying all the volunteers and employees of the Railway are extremely friendly and informative. However, we should have skipped this tourist attraction, we opted for the 3 PM Sunday ice cream ride which took extra long, waiting for lots of people...More
Back in January of 2018 you could only buy the tickets at the Railway where the train leaves and it's first come first serve and not much to do while waiting. Could not purchase online. They were $12.50 per adult at that... More
Back in January of 2018 you could only buy the tickets at the Railway where the train leaves and it's first come first serve and not much to do while waiting. Could not purchase online. They were $12.50 per adult at that time.
The train goes from Ewa to just passed Disney's Aulani Resort. There is a beautiful stretch of coastline passed Electric Beach. The train pauses there very briefly and then goes into reverse for the trip back to Ewa. That... More
The train goes from Ewa to just passed Disney's Aulani Resort. There is a beautiful stretch of coastline passed Electric Beach. The train pauses there very briefly and then goes into reverse for the trip back to Ewa. That is definitely the most scenic part of the journey.